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post #2491 of 2499
Yeah, typically a 42R. And yes, all depends on how you want to wear it. But I think the large is your best bet as long as your pants are also suitably paired. Skinny jeans probably need not apply.
post #2492 of 2499
Can anyone comment on the sizing of the liner vest? Take your usual EG size? How much can you layer underneath?
post #2493 of 2499
@Shirts Anderson – Fit me TTS. It's cut really boxy. I've only tried layering a sweatshirt under it (which worked fine) because mine is lined in Primaloft, so it's sufficiently warm down to under 40 degrees. I imagine you could fit a chunky sweater under it, as well.
post #2494 of 2499
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Originally Posted by eluther View Post

@Shirts Anderson – Fit me TTS. It's cut really boxy. I've only tried layering a sweatshirt under it (which worked fine) because mine is lined in Primaloft, so it's sufficiently warm down to under 40 degrees. I imagine you could fit a chunky sweater under it, as well.

Thanks, eluther. Did you try the size down? I ask because there is nowhere around me to try on at this point, and I'm skeptical of the chest measurements that I've read online - it looks the sides don't even come up to armpit level, so a p2p measurement wouldn't be accurate.
post #2495 of 2499
I tried the size down in a different material – the shoulders were too tight. I also like bigger, boxier fits, so a little oversized is preferable to me.

There are also some cinch buttons near the hem that let you take it in ~2".
post #2496 of 2499
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

For anyone who has the FW14 EG Liner jacket -- can you advise on sizing? True to your normal EG outerwear size? For example, I am a Large in most EG outerwear (reversible coat, M41, etc.). Would I take a Large in the Liner? Measurements on the web seem to be all over the place.

 

My only other EG outerwear piece is probably 5+ years old, so I don't really have much of a frame of reference. However, the liner jacket is pretty roomy. I'm a small in most stuff that isn't slim fit and a medium in stuff that is more trim. I have a small in the liner, and it still is pretty roomy. I'd err on the side of the smaller size.

 

As an aside, the jacket's cuffs are pretty snug. I fold back the cuffs on a lot of my sweaters, and the liner jacket is basically unwearable when I wear a sweater like that.

post #2497 of 2499
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Originally Posted by eluther View Post

I tried the size down in a different material – the shoulders were too tight. I also like bigger, boxier fits, so a little oversized is preferable to me.

There are also some cinch buttons near the hem that let you take it in ~2".

Hey eluther, are you talking about the vest or the jacket? I didn't see any buttons on the vest from the pics online...are they on the inside?
post #2498 of 2499
Sorry. I have the jacket and the vest and got them mixed up in my subsequent replies.

The vest fit me TTS. It's boxy (not like a suit vest). Fits sweaters under it. Not as boxy as the jacket, though – nor are there buttons. Sorry about that confusion.
post #2499 of 2499
No sweat, thanks for the insight.
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